An online survey and two drop-in sessions this week will ask questions about some Thurgoona assets and what people would like to see established in the future.
Albury Council, Charles Sturt University and TAFE NSW want to learn how much is known about public facilities in the education precinct.
Deputy mayor Amanda Cohn said the consultation formed part of developing a master plan for the area, with the three bodies signing a memorandum of understanding last July.
"They've got some fantastic facilities there that are probably not as well known or as well utilised by the wider community as they could be," she said.
Examples include the organic farm shop at TAFE NSW and the Charles Sturt mountain bike track.
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"At the moment it's really just a drawing board, so if members of the community have got ideas ... now's a really great chance to let us know," Cr Cohn said.
The drop-in sessions at Thurgoona Plaza Shopping Centre will be held on Friday, 3pm to 6pm, and Saturday, 8.30am to 10.30am, with the survey on the council's website until March 8.